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Downtown Tunnels

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Downtown Tunnels

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Thomas V wrote a review Aug 2
Oakland, California9,472 contributions1,554 helpful votes
These are pretty amazing. A great way to stay out of the heat and humidity, and also when it rains. Link a lot of office buildings plus places to shop and eat. I was quite impressed.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Michael wrote a review Apr 2020
Woking, United Kingdom255 contributions34 helpful votes
The downtown tunnels we found entirely by chance after walking into one of the many buildings they connect and just happening to go down some escalators that led to them. It was fascinating to find out they run all below the city and we walked about 0.5km of them. It was spooky
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gary F wrote a review Jan 2020
Fareham, United Kingdom181 contributions58 helpful votes
The tunnels are an interesting way to get around downtown Houston by foot, but do have a map to hand! They are fairly well signposted with different colored walkways/areas. The tunnels are large, well lit and busy, with regular places to get a snack, buy coffee or other small
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Yodatravel wrote a review Dec 2019
Burleson, Texas1,029 contributions189 helpful votes
Fun places to go and see. The business folks use them to go from building to building traffic and weather free. Numerous shops, dining, coffee and gift shops. We went in through the Chase building. Try it out.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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OZtraveller222 wrote a review Nov 2019
Australia366 contributions172 helpful votes
Many Houston buildings have entries into the tunnels inside their buildings. I understand the tunnels lead to more interesting areas such as shops and restaurants if entry is made near the Wells Fargo area. I entered a tunnel opposite the Club Quarters Hotel in Fannin Street but
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Date of experience: November 2019
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